Sculpted Relief Buy & Try Giveaway

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***GIVEAWAY CLOSED***
Wow! This is a massive giveaway. $164.00 retail value! That is a load of loot for playing. And such fun you will be having with this great giveaway collection. Over the past few weeks, we have been bringing you great tutorials and inspiration (well, I think they have been great) for our latest Sculpted Relief Buy & Try. All these items have been on sale, but the sale is coming to a close May 4th, 2014. So don’t delay on your chance to order as well as a chance to win!

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Giveaway Details:

We will select at random 1 lucky winner to send the Sculpted Relief Buy & Try. To enter to win:
1. Like us on Facebook.
2. Leave a comment below stating what you’d like to make with the Sculpted Relief Buy & Try
3. If you share this contest on your Facebook page or blog, just leave another comment saying so and you’ll earn a double entry.

Contest ends May 4th, 2014 at 11:59 pm with the winner being announced on May 5th, 2014.

***UPDATE: Congratulations to Debbi C. on winning the Nunn Design Sculpted Relief Giveaway!! I’m so excited for you to play with all this great loot!***

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With your winning loot, you could be creating any or all of these great pieces. But don’t leave your chances just to luck, log on and order today! Operators (well at least Cheryl) are standing by to help you with your ordering needs! 1-800-761-3557.

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Buy & Try Details

Isn’t this cool! The Buy & Try Program is super cool because it allows you to buy all of the items needed or a la-carte WITHOUT having to purchase the normal minimums. Our Buy & Try Programs are available to our consumers as well as our Wholesalers. Here is how it works:

  •  Be inspired and purchase just the items needed to explore the technique we are featuring.
  • “Buy & Try” offers may contain items that we don’t typically have in stock, yet you will be able to purchase at wholesale prices.
  • Minimum quantities for “Buy & Try” items are waived, allowing you to receive the lowest price possible.
  • No need to purchase a minimum of $100.00 on “Buy & Try” items. You may add these items to your cart and check out with just the items you will need for a day of creating!
  • Purchase the “Buy & Try” products either a la-carte, or in a combo pack. Combo packs allow you to save an additional 10% off the wholesale price if you are a wholesaler!
  • “Buy & Try” items are a limited time offer. The “Buy & Try”-Sculpted Relief” offer expires May 4th, 2014 at midnight and has a limited supply in stock. Orders will ship by May 9th, 2014.
  • For you wholesalers: The Buy & Try Sculpted Relief Program cannot be combined with other wholesale products. Gosh darn it! Sorry for the inconvenience. You will need to purchase a $100.00 minimum wholesale order PLUS your Buy & Try Sculpted Relief items in order to check out. But if you are just purchasing Buy & Try Sculpted Relief items, you can check out for less than the $100.00 minimum order. Please email cheryl@nunndesign.com with questions.

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115 thoughts on “Sculpted Relief Buy & Try Giveaway

  1. Leilani says:

    I love that mint relief necklace, I so want to try to make something similar. Shared on Facebook also.

  2. Elissa says:

    I love it!!! I want to try the resin pendent for sure. and make a ton of molds and have a good time with clay

  3. Sara Miller says:

    OMG, what a generous giveaway. Where to start. First, you know I would have to cast some bezel with the resin and embed some of the charms. I would make molds with all the charms with the Easy Mold Silicone Putty. Then I would use the crystal Clay in a bezel and embed some chatons and put a charm on top of the crystals clay and chatons. I would also take a some resin and use the Castin Craft Color pigment and put that in a bezel first then I would let that cure, then I would use an Nunn Design Transfer Sheet image and put that on top of the casted color pigment already in the bezel and put clear resin on top of the image. Oh, and you can’t forget to embed some charms. Then, when everything was finished I would designs some beautiful jewelry. I could go on and on.

  4. Melanie Murphy says:

    Wow! What a fabulous collection of creativity waiting to happen…
    I would love to have all of this in front of me at my workbench as I try my hand at sculpted relief.
    Nunn Design always inspires me to “think outside the box”
    Thanks so much for the opportunity to possibly win all this, and please keep inspiring me

  5. Rijacki Torment says:

    I love Nunn Designs amazing products and have been looking forward to getting many of the components of this collection that I don’t already have in my supply stock.

    I have been wanting to try relief sculpting with epoxy clay to add it to the several other epoxy clay and resin ideas Nunn Design has given me.

    If I won, the first thing I would make is the owl pendant. He’s just so adorable!

  6. Terri Robertson says:

    OOOH! This looks like so much fun! I have a lot of vintage buttons, that would make nice reliefs! I would love to try this out! 🙂

  7. CATHI ROLAND says:

    I JUST LOVE THESE NUNN TUTORIALS! I WANT TO MAKE A WILD PRINCESS CUFF BRACELET AND NECKLACE FOR MY FAVORITE LITTLE GIRL.

  8. Ivy says:

    Wow amazing Becky! Love the birds & vines I’d want to make jewelry for my bridesmaids for my wedding this Sept! These are great 😉

  9. Debbi Clayton says:

    I’ve been on an earring kick lately…. I would love to make lot’s and lot’s of gorgeous, stunning earrings!!!!

  10. Lynda says:

    Can’t get that sweet faux porcelain bee pendant out of my mind! Would love to be able to give that a try with this great kit.

    Thanks!

  11. Melissa Clark says:

    sharing! want this all to myself so i’m sharing! 🙂 would be a great chance to try mold-making – i already love using the gorgeous Nunn Design bezels and pendants,and these projects look like yet another fun thing to do with them!

  12. maryann says:

    I would love to try my hand at making some pendants-that would be a first for me and this kit would make it easy!

  13. Marcy says:

    Would love to try the Sculpted Relief on a Scottish Thistle! I am off Scottish decent and love the icon of the Thistle as the Scottish national flower and the wonderful history behind it. Nunn Designs is so inspirational to me as well.

  14. Debbie B says:

    What a fantastic giveaway! I’m would love to try this product to create custom findings for my handcrafted jewelry! Thanks for the chance to participate!!

    I shared on my FB page!

  15. K. Gallant says:

    We have tried several techniques already and have placed them with our vendors and have already received re-orders! They are so fun to do and we can’t wait to try the new yellow and blue techniques and molding. We love Nunn Design! Thanks for always being so creative!

  16. Lynn Granstrom says:

    I would love to make a statement necklace with the different bugs. I love how your samples turned out.

  17. Carol Hettenbach says:

    I think it would be great to add this technique to the beading I already do. And then I would share it with the members of my bead society.

  18. Julie Komenda says:

    Shared and liked on Facebook, too! I’d make a hot air balloon charm in a Jules Verne fashionably steampunk style! Thanks!

  19. Evelyn Dawson says:

    OMG – what great stuff! I want, want, want!
    I especially like the pale blue effect with colorant.

  20. MELISSA ANDREEN says:

    I have a beautiful medallion necklace that was my Grandma Radke’s. It must have been her favorite, because she wore always it when she got “snicked” up..ha I would love to recreate that beautiful medallion for my 3 sisters, so we could all wear it when we get “snicked up”!!

  21. Melissa Petrelli says:

    Oh how I would love to try it all! I am really drawn to the crowns and Fleur de Lis for something romantic and to the leaves for a Bohemian feel!

  22. Gail Speers says:

    Oh so many ideas inspired by this technique…. Would be cool try to get a cameo type of look with contemporary mofifs. I see lots of pendants, bracelets and earrings in my future ! Pls don’t disqualify me just because I live in Canada! I’m going to B&B…. I could pick it up there! Yes! Pick me please!

  23. Lee Koopman says:

    I am so sad this sale is ending. Medical expenses have eaten away my “fun cash” and I could not take advantage. Sad to have all this time when I am unable to get out and DO things, have plenty of time to sit still and create and no new things to try. I would so love to win! That owl has been on my wish list since I first saw it A ring with that owl would be the very first thing I made! He would also make a lovely bracelet with links of owls! My grand daughter loves them also! The fleur de lis for my friends who love New Orleans and the Saints! Molds! I would go berserkers making molds! This spring, things outside have been catching my eye and ……….wait, I am rambling. Rings, pendants, molds….what fun there is to be had!

  24. Lee Koopman says:

    I shared this on my personal FB page. I shared it in the jewelry guild page AND I shared it in another group of family and close friends. Hopefully, some of my jewelry making friends will come to your page and like it AND hopefully, of my family and close friends will get ideas for gifts for me! LOL. That’s 3 times on FB, do I get brownie points? LOL.

  25. Priscilla McIntosh says:

    This look like a lot of fun. I am really enjoying your faux enameling, and love playing with the colored resins. 🙂 shared on Facebook.

  26. Crislyn Speer says:

    I would make sweets little jewelry for all the ladies in my family with this. It would be a nice gift to pass down to them as they remember me, remember I am always with them and love them so much! No matter the distance…. they would love it!

  27. Barbara Mason says:

    Oh boy I would love to mold and use your bezels -they look a tad deeper than ones I have used before and would love to get some new color and dimension to my work…I think molded impressed beads using the brass in a mold to roll beads could be great fun for just one thing popping into my head….

  28. Sharlene Ferrin says:

    I love all the brass stampings! So many possibilities and love the molding ideas! Sharing, too 🙂

  29. Tracy Neal says:

    Already “liked” your facebook….what I would do, ummm…I love doing charm bracelets, but think I would also branch out into pendants….beautiful collection, I’m sure the winner will make GREAT pieces with this collection!

  30. Karen F says:

    These products open a whole new world of possibility to create objets d’art without spending years learning to use traditional media.
    Who would have thought it possible to create a personal “cameo” without interning to an Italian carver!

  31. Rita Grandy says:

    I just discovered you on Facebook today and am anxious to try these products and show them to my friends and customers. They look fascinating!

    I have shared this, along with a comment, on my Facebook page.
    Thank you.

  32. Jill Lugar says:

    I would love to take my skills to the next level and try this. The first thing I would make is the starfish. It’s close enough to summer to start thinking about the beach!

  33. kspilsbu@gmail.com says:

    What would I make with the Sculpted Relief Buy & Try? I love your examples and would probably make those but I would also like to try some halloween type pieces – maybe a tiny skeleton waving (hand coming out?)

  34. Michelle says:

    OMGosh! I’d love to win this kit. So anxious to try the techniques you’ve shared on your here. Would love to make some unique pcs of my own using your terrific materials. Thanks for the opportunity!

  35. Deborah Mahoney says:

    I have two vintage sweater pins (not sure if that’s what they are called) which I would like to turn into a necklace and add some of these items to embellish it. There are some links that will be in place that cry out for something to be attached to them!

  36. Jana Kowals says:

    I would love to mold some vintage and antique pieces I have to use in jewelry, as well as some other multi media applications.
    Awesome giveaway!

  37. Judith Dahlin says:

    I have been sculpting my doll faces using Paper Clay. Would love to try this product – it looks pretty nifty!

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